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Coconut oil has been a topic of debate for some time. Often labeled a “superfood,” while others have written off the benefits of coconuts as just another momentary trend. So what is it good or bad and should you include it in your diet? Are Coconuts Good for You? When it comes to saturated fats, coconuts are a little bit different than...Read more
It’s well known that coconuts have a number of health benefits, but the sheer number of different ways they can be used in your day to day life might surprise you. From the husk to the meat and water inside this tropical phenomena is extremely versatile and is recognized across the globe for its many benefits. Coconut Snacks for Sustained,...Read more
According to the American Sleep Association, between 50-70 million US adults have a sleep disorder. More specifically, 37% of 20-39 year-olds report being sleep deprived. Sleep is not only important for your mental focus and productivity, it also plays a vital role in your overall well being. Poor and inadequate sleep has strong links to health concerns such as weight...Read more
Organic products aren’t always cheap. That’s no secret. And in recent years, it seems like the word “organic” itself has become somewhat of a buzzword. It's trendy for sure, but don't forget that organic food is an investment towards your health and the health of the planet. By now, you may have heard horror stories about the chemicals and hormones involved in the commercial...Read more
Introduction: It’s a common belief by many that the secret to a successful and happy life often lies hidden somewhere in a person’s morning routine. Popular books such as The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life (before 8am) by Hal Elrod and My Morning Routine: How Successful People Start Every Day Inspired by Benjamin Spall reinforce...Read more
Caffeine can be a great tool when utilized responsibly. Yet so many of us are gulping down our morning coffee, only to find ourselves still yawning before we even make it to lunch. Believe it or not, things don’t have to be this way. It takes a little bit of patience, but if you do it right, you can get so...Read more
Staying energized all day is no easy feat, especially for those of us who don’t have a direct supervisor to hold us accountable. When you’re responsible for your own motivation and success, staying on task can be difficult (if not seemingly impossible). But this is especially true if you don’t have a routine. Whether you’re developing a morning ritual for...Read more
We’ve all been there. Whether you call it the midday blues or the afternoon slump, the struggle is the same. We do our best to make it through the rest of the day, but all we can think about is taking a nap. Instead of treating the afternoon slump, we prefer to avoid it altogether. Here are some of our...Read more
Feeling drowsy halfway through your workday? While it might be tempting to reach for another cup of coffee--more than likely, the problem is deeper than that. Instead of searching for new ways to fight the drowsiness, why not simply avoid it altogether? Mindful Eating for Optimal Energy While a moderate amount of caffeine isn’t harmful, too much caffeine can mask symptoms...Read more
With over 90 percent of us consuming caffeine on a daily basis, you could almost consider it a staple of American life. So many of us rely on it, yet most of us can’t tell you how many milligrams you’ll find in our morning coffee. The answer? Probably more than you think. Is Caffeine Harmful? While caffeine seems to affect...Read more
Let’s face it–trying to navigate hormone fluctuations can be tricky, especially for women. Though seemingly harmless, caffeine technically is a stimulant–and one with mixed reviews when it comes to some aspects of women’s health. For many of us, however, it’s still a crucial part of our daily routine. For those of us go-getters who are prioritizing our hormone health, it...Read more
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According to the American Sleep Association, between 50-70 million US adults have a sleep disorder. More specifically, 37% of 20-39 year-olds report being sleep deprived. Sleep is not only important...Read more
With over 90 percent of us consuming caffeine on a daily basis, you could almost consider it a staple of American life. So many of us rely on it, yet...Read more